About the Author
Elliot D. Cohen, Ph.D., is an ethicist, media critic and political analyst. He is the editor in chief of the International Journal of Applied Philosophy, ethics editor for Free Inquiry magazine, co-founder and Executive Director of the National Philosophical Counseling Association (NPCA); and President of the Institute of Critical Thinking: National Center for Logic-Based Therapy. The author or editor of many books in journalism, professional ethics and philosophical counseling his books include “News Incorporated: Corporate Media Ownership and Its Threat to Democracy,” “Journalistic Ethics,” “Philosophical Issues in Journalism,” “The New Rational Therapy”, "The Dutiful Worrier: How to Stop Compulsive Worry Without Feeling Guilty" and “What Would Aristotle Do? Self-Control Through the Power of Reason.” Cohen has been a guest on such national radio programs as “Ring of Fire,” “Majority Report,” the Mike Malloy show and the Thom Hartmann show. He was the first-prize recipient of the 2007 Project Censored Award for his investigative reporting on the corporate takeover of the Internet.
12/26 Help Stop Destruction of the Free Internet Now
11/19 Beyond ‘1984’: New Frontiers of Mass Surveillance
05/05 Taking a Page From the Bush Playbook
10/30 Hell to Pay
06/12 John McCain’s Chilling Project for America